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was penny less after coming to the u.s. for a better life after escaping germany and now wants to give back. >> the man's story of survival and legacy he wants to leave behind. >> please join me in welcoming roth lewis. >> he's giving dominican university its largest gift in history. >> i was looking for a place to put the money i gathered over the years. >>reporter: he's donating $8.5 million to transform it into a state of the art health science complex for nursing and occupational therapy, a gift from a grateful heart. >> i'm returning to america what america's given to me. >>reporter: a native of germany was 50 when he says they threw his father into a concentration camp for opposing hitler. months later a commander let the whole family escape. >> we were very depressed and sad that the germany which we loved was turning against us. >>reporter: the family fled to camps and scraped by after japan invaded china. >> we did whatever we could do to make a living. >>reporter: after nearly a decade he boarded a ship to the u.s. with a heart of hope. >> here was america. i knew home and the fut
know, so long as the u.s. government doesn't want to get the u.s. information, people can feel reasonably comfortable that it's not that easy for private individuals to get it, but the government just has to asks google. the isp, the internet service provider, generally complies if they consider it a reasonable request. this has triggered google to look at their policies as well as the other providers. >> so what the situation is i write an e-mail, i own that e- mail. i own the rights of what's in it. in other words, if i give you a script or something like that, that's intellectual property. there's privacy bounds, but if the government wants to come in and say we want to look at his e-mails, they're complying? >> the government has to have a good reason. the holder of the information, google in this instance -- >> who determine what is is a good reason? you don't go in front of a judge and make the call? >> you only go in front of a judge if you have to get a warrant. right now we have a dated sort of scheme of privacy protections in the electronic communication privacy act.
. >> obama and christie u.s. stood up. >> superstar sandy and the presidential campaign. two very different takes on how it may influence the election. >> and we got loose guys out the door right now. record highs in the next couple days, and then rain and clouds by the end of the week. what's up with the weather. we will tell you coming up next. >> welcome back to eyewitness news this morning. it is a clock, november 4th. i hope you've registered your path. i did and worried about all night long. >> i'm so much here. >> we have a lot to talk about. we'll talk more about prop 32. we had a lively discussion during the last half hour. we'll hear the other side of the story coming up. the very confusing proposition, one of many on the ballot. election day coming up on tuesday. >> we will also talk about hurricane sandy with former mayor brown and the impact it may have. >> let's start with a developing story affecting grocery stores all over northern california. >> we are talking about the strike under the really super market chain which has 128 stores in northern california and nevada. >> con
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